Upload Scan – Planning Routes by Uploading Scanned Documents

With Route4Me you get multiple methods for importing route data into the system. When you do not have your route data in digital format, you can use the “Upload Scan(s)” method for importing addresses and relevant routing information in the form of scanned documents. Uploading scans enables you to save time and effortlessly plan optimized routes without having to manually enter large amounts of printed data.

 

To plan one or multiple routes by uploading a scanned document, first, go to “Plan New Route” from the navigation menu.

Upload Scan - Planning Routes by Uploading Scanned Documents

 

Next, select “Upload Scan(s)” from the corresponding window.

Upload Scan - Planning Routes by Uploading Scanned Documents

 

After that, specify the preferred route parameters and then click on the corresponding button to proceed to upload a scanned document for creating one or multiple routes.

Upload Scan - Planning Routes by Uploading Scanned Documents

 

Then, either drag and drop the file into the corresponding window or click “Browse File to Upload” and then upload the file from your device.

Upload Scan - Planning Routes by Uploading Scanned Documents

 

For the scanned document to be successfully interpreted and converted into digital data, try to provide a file with a clear and sharp image that displays full or partial addresses and relevant route data. Currently, you can upload PDF files and images. When uploading a scanned document, its structure may differ from conventional tables or charts, however, it is recommended that its contents correspond to Route4Me’s spreadsheet guidelines and requirements.

Upload Scan - Planning Routes by Uploading Scanned Documents

 

Once the scan is uploaded and sent, a member of Route4Me’s team will review the file and send you the corresponding notification as soon as the route is fully planned and optimized.

Upload Scan - Planning Routes by Uploading Scanned Documents

 

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